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Subject: English , asked on 18/7/15

article on growing need for vocational education

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Aadhav , added an answer
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The growing need for Vocational Education

Education is a process which empowers a student to think for himself/herself and make his/her decisions in life. However, the present day education system puts emphasis on rote-learning and unhealthy competition. This often leads students to depression and even suicide at times. However, if a student is allowed to pursue his/her own interests then their personalities would bloom and they would also be successful in their careers.

There exists a disparity between market demands and the skills of India’s educated youth.

For example, every year 650,000 engineering graduates pass out of whom nearly two thirds need to be re-skilled, so that they can get jobs in the industry. The developed world requires knowledge workers and skilled professionals. By 2020, the developed world will have a shortage of 40 million working people, says a report.

These figures reveal the shortage of skilled man power in India in comparison to the jobs existing in the market. This mismatch occurs due to many reasons.

A few of them are as follows:

A. Low motivation amongst students to pursue vocational education

B. The rigid mindset of parents and educators in accepting vocational courses

C. Many vocational courses that are being offered have become obsolete

D. There is poor linkage between institutions offering vocational courses and the private sector. Students often find it difficult to secure proper employment immediately after completing their courses.

In order to keep up with the market demands of India, students should be encouraged to take up vocational education. They should be allowed to study the subjects they like. Teachers and parents must become more open minded about students’ career and life choices. There should be enough infrastructure to support vocational education. Educational institutes could link up with Companies and Corporations so that students can be employed soon after they complete their studies. These are a few ways in which the gap between vocational education and market demand for skilled manpower can be bridged.

Aadhav , added an answer
Answered on 27/5/12

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Dhanesh Waran.m , From Jss Public School , added an answer
Answered on 13/6/12

ducation is a process which empowers a student to think for himself/herself and make his/her decisions in life. However, the present day education system puts emphasis on rote-learning and unhealthy competition. This often leads students to depression and even suicide at times. However, if a student is allowed to pursue his/her own interests then their personalities would bloom and they would also be successful in their careers.

There exists a disparity between market demands and the skills of India’s educated youth.

For example, every year 650,000 engineering graduates pass out of whom nearly two thirds need to be re-skilled, so that they can get jobs in the industry. The developed world requires knowledge workers and skilled professionals. By 2020, the developed world will have a shortage of 40 million working people, says a report.

These figures reveal the shortage of skilled man power in India in comparison to the jobs existing in the market. This mismatch occurs due to many reasons.

A few of them are as follows:

A. Low motivation amongst students to pursue vocational education

B. The rigid mindset of parents and educators in accepting vocational courses

C. Many vocational courses that are being offered have become obsolete

D. There is poor linkage between institutions offering vocational courses and the private sector. Students often find it difficult to secure proper employment immediately after completing their courses.

In order to keep up with the market demands of India, students should be encouraged to take up vocational education. They should be allowed to study the subjects they like. Teachers and parents must become more open minded about students’ career and life choices. There should be enough infrastructure to support vocational education. Educational institutes could link up with Companies and Corporations so that students can be employed soon after they complete their studies. These are a few ways in which the gap between vocational education and market demand for skilled manpower can be bridged.

Cristo , added an answer
Answered on 14/7/12

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Summayyah , From The Oxford Senior Secondary School , added an answer
Answered on 24/7/12

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Kartik Kamath , From Chinmaya Vidyalaya , added an answer
Answered on 31/7/12

 I have seen the same article in many different sites :p

Keshav Sharma , From Meenakshi Public School , added an answer
Answered on 16/8/12

not a bad article

Keshav Sharma , From Meenakshi Public School , added an answer
Answered on 19/8/12

The growing need for Vocational Education

Education is a process which empowers a student to think for himself/herself and make his/her decisions in life. However, the present day education system puts emphasis on rote-learning and unhealthy competition. This often leads students to depression and even suicide at times. However, if a student is allowed to pursue his/her own interests then their personalities would bloom and they would also be successful in their careers.

There exists a disparity between market demands and the skills of India’s educated youth.

For example, every year 650,000 engineering graduates pass out of whom nearly two thirds need to be re-skilled, so that they can get jobs in the industry. The developed world requires knowledge workers and skilled professionals. By 2020, the developed world will have a shortage of 40 million working people, says a report.

These figures reveal the shortage of skilled man power in India in comparison to the jobs existing in the market. This mismatch occurs due to many reasons.

A few of them are as follows:

A. Low motivation amongst students to pursue vocational education

B. The rigid mindset of parents and educators in accepting vocational courses

C. Many vocational courses that are being offered have become obsolete

D. There is poor linkage between institutions offering vocational courses and the private sector. Students often find it difficult to secure proper employment immediately after completing their courses.

In order to keep up with the market demands of India, students should be encouraged to take up vocational education. They should be allowed to study the subjects they like. Teachers and parents must become more open minded about students’ career and life choices. There should be enough infrastructure to support vocational education. Educational institutes could link up with Companies and Corporations so that students can be employed soon after they complete their studies. These are a few ways in which the gap between vocational education and market demand for skilled manpower can be bridged.

Deepak , From Shri Vaishnav Academy School , added an answer
Answered on 8/7/13

The growing need for Vocational Education

Education is a process which empowers a student to think for himself/herself and make his/her decisions in life. However, the present day education system puts emphasis on rote-learning and unhealthy competition. This often leads students to depression and even suicide at times. However, if a student is allowed to pursue his/her own interests then their personalities would bloom and they would also be successful in their careers.

There exists a disparity between market demands and the skills of India’s educated youth.

For example, every year 650,000 engineering graduates pass out of whom nearly two thirds need to be re-skilled, so that they can get jobs in the industry. The developed world requires knowledge workers and skilled professionals. By 2020, the developed world will have a shortage of 40 million working people, says a report.

These figures reveal the shortage of skilled man power in India in comparison to the jobs existing in the market. This mismatch occurs due to many reasons.

A few of them are as follows:

A. Low motivation amongst students to pursue vocational education

B. The rigid mindset of parents and educators in accepting vocational courses

C. Many vocational courses that are being offered have become obsolete

D. There is poor linkage between institutions offering vocational courses and the private sector. Students often find it difficult to secure proper employment immediately after completing their courses.

In order to keep up with the market demands of India, students should be encouraged to take up vocational education. They should be allowed to study the subjects they like. Teachers and parents must become more open minded about students’ career and life choices. There should be enough infrastructure to support vocational education. Educational institutes could link up with Companies and Corporations so that students can be employed soon after they complete their studies. These are a few ways in which the gap between vocational education and market demand for skilled manpower can be bridged.

Aravind , From Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Vidya Mandir , added an answer
Answered on 23/7/13

 Education is a process which empowers a student to think for himself/herself and make his/her decisions in life. However, the present day education system puts emphasis on rote-learning and unhealthy competition. This often leads students to depression and even suicide at times. However, if a student is allowed to pursue his/her own interests then their personalities would bloom and they would also be successful in their careers.

There exists a disparity between market demands and the skills of India’s educated youth.

For example, every year 650,000 engineering graduates pass out of whom nearly two thirds need to be re-skilled, so that they can get jobs in the industry. The developed world requires knowledge workers and skilled professionals. By 2020, the developed world will have a shortage of 40 million working people, says a report.

These figures reveal the shortage of skilled man power in India in comparison to the jobs existing in the market. This mismatch occurs due to many reasons.

A few of them are as follows:

A. Low motivation amongst students to pursue vocational education

B. The rigid mindset of parents and educators in accepting vocational courses

C. Many vocational courses that are being offered have become obsolete

D. There is poor linkage between institutions offering vocational courses and the private sector. Students often find it difficult to secure proper employment immediately after completing their courses.

In order to keep up with the market demands of India, students should be encouraged to take up vocational education. They should be allowed to study the subjects they like. Teachers and parents must become more open minded about students’ career and life choices. There should be enough infrastructure to support vocational education. Educational institutes could link up with Companies and Corporations so that students can be employed soon after they complete their studies. These are a few ways in which the gap between vocational education and market demand for skilled manpower can be bridged.

Devansh Modi , From Icsk , added an answer
Answered on 23/8/13

Education is a process which empowers a student to think for himself/herself and make his/her decisions in life. However, the present day education system puts emphasis on rote-learning and unhealthy competition. This often leads students to depression and even suicide at times. However, if a student is allowed to pursue his/her own interests then their personalities would bloom and they would also be successful in their careers.

There exists a disparity between market demands and the skills of Indias educated youth.

For example, every year 650,000 engineering graduates pass out of whom nearly two thirds need to be re-skilled, so that they can get jobs in the industry. The developed world requires knowledge workers and skilled professionals. By 2020, the developed world will have a shortage of 40 million working people, says a report.

These figures reveal the shortage of skilled man power in India in comparison to the jobs existing in the market. This mismatch occurs due to many reasons.

A few of them are as follows:

A. Low motivation amongst students to pursue vocational education

B. The rigid mindset of parents and educators in accepting vocational courses

C. Many vocational courses that are being offered have become obsolete

D. There is poor linkage between institutions offering vocational courses and the private sector. Students often find it difficult to secure proper employment immediately after completing their courses.

In order to keep up with the market demands of India, students should be encouraged to take up vocational education. They should be allowed to study the subjects they like. Teachers and parents must become more open minded about students career and life choices. There should be enough infrastructure to support vocational education. Educational institutes could link up with Companies and Corporations so that students can be employed soon after they complete their studies. These are a few ways in which the gap between vocational education and market demand for skilled manpower can be bridged.

Swati Krishna , From Chinmaya Vidyalaya Vaduthala , added an answer
Answered on 10/8/14

why is every1 giving d same answer??!!

Reanshi , added an answer
Answered on 12/8/14
  1. good answers
Manjusha , From Govt Girls Sr Sec School No-2 , added an answer
Answered on 5/9/14
Good question
Utsav Dhankhar , From Sri Venkateshwar International School , added an answer
Answered on 29/5/15
Education 
is a process which empowers a student to think for himself/herself and 
make his/her decisions in life. However, the present day education 
system puts emphasis on rote-learning and unhealthy competition. This 
often leads students to depression and even suicide at times. However, 
if a student is allowed to pursue his/her own interests then their 
personalities would bloom and they would also be successful in their 
careers.

There exists a disparity between market demands and the skills of India’s educated youth.
For
example, every year 650,000 engineering graduates pass out of whom 
nearly two thirds need to be re-skilled, so that they can get jobs in
the industry. The developed world requires knowledge workers and skilled
professionals. By 2020, the developed world will have a shortage of 40 
million working people, says a report.

These figures reveal the 
shortage of skilled man power in India in comparison to the jobs 
existing in the market. This mismatch occurs due to many reasons.

A few of them are as follows:
A. Low motivation amongst students to pursue vocational education
B. The rigid mindset of parents and educators in accepting vocational courses
C. Many vocational courses that are being offered have become obsolete
D.
There is poor linkage between institutions offering vocational courses
and the private sector. Students often find it difficult to secure 
proper employment immediately after completing their courses.

In
order to keep up with the market demands of India, students should be 
encouraged to take up vocational education. They should be allowed to 
study the subjects they like. Teachers and parents must become more open
minded about students’ career and life choices. There should be enough 
infrastructure to support vocational education. Educational institutes 
could link up with Companies and Corporations so that students can be 
employed soon after they complete their studies. These are a few ways in
which the gap between vocational education and market demand for 
skilled manpower can be bridged.
Utsav Dhankhar , From Sri Venkateshwar International School , added an answer
Answered on 29/5/15
Education 
is a process which empowers a student to think for himself/herself and 
make his/her decisions in life. However, the present day education 
system puts emphasis on rote-learning and unhealthy competition. This 
often leads students to depression and even suicide at times. However, 
if a student is allowed to pursue his/her own interests then their 
personalities would bloom and they would also be successful in their 
careers.

There exists a disparity between market demands and the skills of India’s educated youth.
For
example, every year 650,000 engineering graduates pass out of whom 
nearly two thirds need to be re-skilled, so that they can get jobs in
the industry. The developed world requires knowledge workers and skilled
professionals. By 2020, the developed world will have a shortage of 40 
million working people, says a report.

These figures reveal the 
shortage of skilled man power in India in comparison to the jobs 
existing in the market. This mismatch occurs due to many reasons.

A few of them are as follows:
A. Low motivation amongst students to pursue vocational education
B. The rigid mindset of parents and educators in accepting vocational courses
C. Many vocational courses that are being offered have become obsolete
D.
There is poor linkage between institutions offering vocational courses
and the private sector. Students often find it difficult to secure 
proper employment immediately after completing their courses.

In
order to keep up with the market demands of India, students should be 
encouraged to take up vocational education. They should be allowed to 
study the subjects they like. Teachers and parents must become more open
minded about students’ career and life choices. There should be enough 
infrastructure to support vocational education. Educational institutes 
could link up with Companies and Corporations so that students can be 
employed soon after they complete their studies. These are a few ways in
which the gap between vocational education and market demand for 
skilled manpower can be bridged.